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An Air Tindi passenger plane crashed on a flight from Yellowknife to Lutselk'e in the Northwest Territories on October 4, 2011. Three passengers and one pilot were on board.  Pilot Matthew Bromley, 28, died in the crash, as did passenger Tim Harris, 54. Passengers Bernice Marlowe and Sheldon Catholique survived the crash.

The 1992 Cessna 208B Caravan, C-GATV,  was on a scheduled flight which left Yellowknife at 11:00 MT and was scheduled to arrive at 11:45 MT (October 4, 2011). It crashed about 25 nm from Lutselk'e.  The initial CBC News story, updated, is here.  Aviation weather information for the Lutselk'e area at the time was collected by this site.

The Canadian Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.  Their initial incident report is available here.

Last Updated on Saturday, 08 October 2011 17:15
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